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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, JULY , 1903.
BIG CLOTHING SALE
Mid Summer Sale
Choice of all Men's
PRIDE OF UMATILLA
IENJ0Y A GOOD SMOKE ? Try Pendleton Boquet and Pride
matllla. Made at Home. a. rhode, Maker.
Ib truly Its proper name, for
no rltlo was ever made to equal
n Savage. Simplicity In con
struction and operation, and
great accuracy malic mom sel
dom equalled and never sur
passed. The new 22-callbre
Savago is a marvel for a small
gun. "We have Just got a few
right from tho factory and
would like to have you see
INPSON HARDWARE Co. j
El Main St Headquarters for fishing supplies j
Typewriters for Everybody
$25, $50 and $95
Standard Visible Typewriter if.
built to stand the racket. Cannot get
out or alignment. Impossible to
block the type. Writing In colors.
The speediest machine on earth.
Come and see our testimonials.
ases the Taste'9 1
for SD)M Leaf Brand of I
Once Used j
ft MOOHA COFFEE in one ponnd packages
Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder
iMD COFFEE & SPICE Co., ISte
fS THE UNDERWOOD TABULATOR
liieml?,rnlng n Pa of tho Vnderwood Typewriter, that
i Z "ea 1110 work of making out bills, tilling in ui
la. 8 up or statistics, lists or names, in m", "
8 mat is arranged In columns.
page on tho Underwoou Is always in mil sight of
,Cer w word being covered up at any time, the value
. f . when applied to the Underwood Typewriter, is np-
ktil , alono K'ves double value to the umierwouu.
EL.'' made for th tni,,,intr- u is nnt an attachment,
lhaniP.art,of tho machine. The entire operation of the
Pou ' """"lien uy ono Key. r.opibi -
Ej l.mniCatod form can bo easily, quickly and accur-
twooH " t .you iwnys see whnt you are uoing.
k th i lator 18 60"Hy framed in tho machine, and
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tho movement of the carriage perfectly.
'brke8" the Tabulator. : : !
Other Tabulators "break" the machines
ent Pendleton, Oregon
THREE THOUSAND PEOPLE
GREATLY ENJOYED THE DAY.
The Published Program Was Carried
Out to the Letter Day Was a Suc
cess In Spite of the Rain, and the
Festivities Closed With a Dance at
the Opera House.
.Milton. July 5. For the last two
weeks the people of Milton have
thought and talked, laid plans and
speculated about making the Nation's ,
ouiivsa ill mis null" ell,
and now since It is past and they
look back upon the hundreds and
thousands of visitors that came from
far and near, it is no longer a ques
tion will It be, but how did we mako
After three days of as windy weath
er as this section ever saw," old Sol
settled down below the western
horizon and under the booming of
the anvils he arose the next morning
in all his brilliancy, as If the wind
had never blown; but in less than 30
minutes he hid his face under n cloud i
and refused to show himself at any
time during the day.
From early morn until noon people
kept pouring In until tho crowd num
bered about 3,000.
The procession, which was artisti
cally arranged, formed on Main street
in Frecwater and marched to the de
pot to await the arrivals ot tho trains
which brought large crowds from the
neighboring cities; thence to the
grove In the south end of Milton,
where the forenoon's program was
carried out and dinner was eaten.
When the hour for the afternoon's
exercises arrived "the low-hung
clouds" began "to drop their garnered
fullness down," and kept dropping
larger and larger drops and thicker
and thicker drops, until every pool
and puddle was full, and the streets
an Inch deep In a slippery mud. At
4 o'clock the dark rain cloud passed
on and tho ball game was called. Af
ter two hours hard work that part of
tho program came to a close, and the
crowd distributed Itself along Main
street to see the foot and bicycle
All went merry as a marriage bell,
until it was too dark to see, when tho
crowd dispersed to their several abid
Ing places except those who cared to
tip the light fantastic toe, who re
paired to the new opera house to
spend an hour or more.
week we will make one of Special Bargains for all
wish to outfit for the Fourth of July Celebration.
Many lines are included in the cut, and anyone will find
it worth while looking over our Specials
Our clothing will all be cut 20 per cent from
our regular prices wliicli puts our sale prices
down to about one half the price askcil by
others for the same goods. A Special lot of
Men's coats and vests, all wool goods, will be
a main feature of our sale, for they will be
priced at about one half their real value. We
have two lots of thce; one lot worth ?S to .
sold for only $5. One lot worth $9 to Sia will
be sold at $6 each.
Ladies' shirt waists, all grades, cut 20 per cent
Ladies' hose, Topsy Brand, fast black, 7 c pair
Ladies' lace hose, 25c, 30c and 35c, special 25c
Misses' hose, all sizes 7c pair
Calico, any grade in tho house . . 5c yd
Good grade percale, wide 7c yd
Outing flannel, 9c and 10: qualities. .... 7c yd
Zephyr ginghams, 120 grade 10c yd
All summer dress goods, at special reduction
of 20 per cent.
Agonts for NlcCall's Pattotna
Norrls & Rowe Coming to Town With
a World of Trained Animals.
Tomorrow is circus day and the
country lass and her beau will be in
town early to enjoy with the city
folks a gala day of pleasure and
amusement. Norris and Howe's big
shows will be here.
Since the days of our childhood
circus, when old Dan Hlce was the
brightest shining star In the constel
lation of nrenic celebrities, it has
been the usage of traveling shows to
give a street parade nnd although
Norrls & Howe have nothing of the
old school "llovor" about their shows,
but a thoroughly up-to-date aggrega
tion, they still adhere to tho old cus
tom and give a gland parade eacli
morning at 11 o'clock. Tho principal
teason for continuing tho old custom
Is that wnilo they are giving thous
ands of their patrons a free treat
they are. by displaying their mag
nificent animals and equipage adver
tising their splendid performances
and showing the wonderful growth of
their aggregation since ItB former
The show is too well known to re
quite a detailed description, suffice it
to say they always bring a multitude
of new acts and novel features which
are equally enjoyable to old and
'Just trv a
THE PARROT CIGAR IS A
SUPERIOR 5-CENT CIGAR.
THEY MIGHT HAVE MADE
OTHER BRANDS AS GOOD,
BUT THEY DIDN'T.
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If you arc troubled with Impure
blood, Indicated by sores, pimples,
headache, etc.. we would recommend
Acker's Blood Elixir, which we sell
under a positive guarantee. It will
always cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic
poifcons and all blood diseases. 50 cts
and $1.00. F. W. Schmidt & Co..
Home from vacation, feeling good,
strong and healthy, would bo tho caso
after an outing at tho most beautiful
of Hlue mountain resorts Lehman
Springs. There Isn't a place In all
the West where you can find a moro
convenient and delightful spot to
snend a few days or a long tlmo
away from the heat, noise and worry
of city life. Tho 15 natural hot
springs are wonderrm tor ineir me
dicinal properties. Hotel accommo
dations are first-class, 'phone connec
tions, free nuiplng ground, -'j prl
viiin riiltimcK. lame swimming pool.
baths, golt, tennis, hunting and fish
ing. For further particulars, address
C. H. Dutton, Jjilunan Springs, Or.
Is a Good Time
Now Is the accepted time to
have your house painted or pa
pered. A little painting here and
there will help its looks wonder
fully. Some nice, bright, new
wall paper will lend a freshness
to any room. Our stock of wall
paper was never more complete
pattern In endless variety and
every one new and up-to-date In
color design. Better come In and
let us show them to you and tell
you what It will cost for your
whole house or one room.
E. J. Murphy,
111 Court Street.
Working Night and Day.
Tho busiest and mightiest little 1
thlm? that over was made is Dr.
King's Now Life Pills. These pills ,
fhango weakness into strength, list-,
lessness into energy, uramiag iiuo
mental power. They're wonderful
In building up the health. Only 25c
I ox. Sold by Tulimao co,
JJdward V. Sewall, a Chicago
drummer, shot and killed himself in
the Belvedere hotel, at Portland Sun
day He was drunk and despondent.
Dinner Twenty-five Cents
Prom Jl.30 a. 111, to 7 p. 111,
Short orders a speciality
Quick, Courteous Service
Open all Day and Night
T. A. Oldfather, Prop.
It Will Make You Peel Good
when ou get into one of the
collars laundered at this es
tablishnenl if you have been
having your linen done up by
an inferior method Shirts,
collars amd cuffs laundered
here is the acme of fine work
and we send them home with
a color and finish that is be
yond con. petition
Court nnd Thompson Streets.
Insurance in forco $13,450,000,60
M. H. RICE, Freewuter
Ancnl fur l.'lnntllU County
J.'. Wnltor, l itjr Agent fur J't iulUlon
THERE Is a big
Canned fruits and vegetables
that taBtu like mother's
has all tho fresh ripu flavor of
the fruit or vegetable noth
ing hut the most select stock
goes into a MONOPOLE can.
Every hit is packed fresh,
sweet and delicious, with
painstaking care and you can
not find an equal anywhore to
Moiiopo u Orocorn Couit Hire-
Have you noticed our tooth
brush window? A good many
stop to admire and talk about
It, We have lately bought a
large number of 25-cent Tooth
Brushes. Every one Is guaran
teed to be satisfactory or money
We make up a tooth powder
which we think has never been
surpassed In cleansing proper
ties. It Is pleasant to use and
perfectly harmless. Largo bot
tle, 25 cents.
Commencing July 1st, for one
week only, we will give one of
our 25-cent Tooth Brushes
FREE with each bottle of Dr.
Mann's Antiseptic Tooth Powder
or Liquid Dentlfoam purchased.
Only one Tooth Brush to n per
son. This offer holds good for
one week only, and Is made
simply to advertise our Liquid
Dentlfoam and Powder to get
more people to using them. Fif
ty cents worth for 25 cents.
Buy a 25-cent Tooth Brush and
we throw In the Powder; or buy
the Powder and we throw In a
25-cent Tooth Brush.
Please tell your friends about
For the convenience of the
driving public we have Install'
ed an electric enunclator In
front of our store. One may
summon a clerk to take their
order without leaving their car
riage, F. W. Schmidt's
The Reliable Druggist
t'Jicnr Main tM
j UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
I DUTCH HENRY
! FEED YARD
i Cor W. Alia and Lillith Sts.
I L. Nefl, formerly of the Hotel
Alia, has chaigo of the Old Dutch
Henry Feed iard, and would be
pleased to care for jour horses.
Plenty of stalls, largo corrals for
loose horses and cattle.' Hay and
grain for sale; Chop mill in connection.